Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pungency:

3 syllables:
dungeon scene,
drunken scene,
duncan i,
young monkey,
judge dundy,
lon chaney,
young gypsy,
can conceive,
dumb bunny,
fun money,
function by,
when money,
blood money,
britain by,
but money,
chief money,
dutch money,
get money,
glove money,
hudson seal,
hush money,
jungle scene,
much money,
put money,
rural money,
sprung fully,
such money,
sunken cheek,
tongues untied,
was funny,
was money,
young puppy,
blush unseen,
comb honey,
prussian siege,
russian scene,
some money,
bumble bee,
can safely,
can supply,
cullen sign,
drunken sleep,
drunken spree,
funded by,
humble bee,
humble pie,
plumcot tree,
rhesus monkey,
squirrel monkey,
thumb safety,
trumpet tree,
umble pie,
blood safety,
blood supply,
but lately,
buttressed by,
chief mufti,
chief supply,
drug safety,
gas supply,
has lately,
justice by,
must agree,
rural supply,
stress lately,
truck safety,
trusted by,
twice lately,
was doubly,
was lately,
was lovely

4 syllables:
destruction by,
production by,
reduction by,
farrukh dhondy,
seduction scene,
urban money,
added money,
asset money,
office money,
unless money,
extra money,
added lamely,
become doubly,
become rusty,
confronted by,
ended lamely,
urban safety,
urban supply,
added safety,
added supply,
adjusted by,
agile supply,
conducted by,
consulted by,
corrupted by,
entrusted by,
obstructed by,
uncle dudley

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